150pcs 3D Metal Ship Puzzle with Rotating Gears -Lost at Sea
✪ PROTOTYPE HISTORY
On a calm moonless night on 15th April 1912, the most renowned sea disaster in history happened 600 kilometers away from Newfoundland. The most innovative ship ever constructed by a human engineering genius crashed with an iceberg and sank, killing 1,517 passengers and crew. The "Olympic" class ship bore the name "Titanic" and turned out to symbolize the superiority of the forces of nature over the human mind. Regardless of the terrible accident that caused the disaster, the Titanic is worthy of admiration as shipbuilders' most perfect creation of the early 20th century.
At the time of its launch, it was the biggest passenger steamer. Its length was 269 meters, an approximate equivalent of three football fields, while its width was 28 meters. The height from the keel to the top of the mast is 56 meters, which is approximately the height of a modern 20-story building. The steamer's mass was 52310 tons. This is nearly 300 Boeing 747 aircraft.
The Titanic comprised the most advanced technology. Two steam engines and a turbine caused a 55,000 l / s output. A pair of three-bladed side and four-bladed central propellers gave the ship an acceleration of 42 km / h. The whole vessel was electrified. Installed between the hold's compartments were the electrical bulkheads, which closed when water was detected. Advanced communications systems gave the captain and duty officer an opportunity to monitor all of the ship's systems.
✪ FEATURES, BENEFITS
The Lost at Sea model is one of the largest scale Moyu models. This is vindicated by the super-steamers' super-size that turned out to be its prototype. Therefore, this model's number of parts and elements is several times higher than the simpler prefabricated models. This guarantees an exciting dive into the theory and practice of shipbuilding during the steam engine era.
The model is equipped with an electric motor with a gear system, Instead of a steam engine, that drives the ship's propellers.
The ship's hull backs the demonstration platform. Curly cuts are made on the sides, imitating waves. Survey cutouts in the sides give you the opportunity to observe the mechanisms' operation.
The prefabricated Lost at Sea model is made for a broad variety of users aged 14 years and above.
The model research and assembly advance the technical creativity skills inspire science and technology history research.
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|Stainless Steel AISI 304
|30 x 6 x 14cm